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  • * Victoria County History *

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    House of Kinghts Templar The preceptory of Keele

    Shropshire (probably at Booley ) by gift of Richard of Stanton and land at Adeney (in Edgmond , Salop .) by gift of Clement of Adeney , who had become their man. 5 A Preceptor of Keele occurs in 1271

    House of Cistercian monks Abbey of Buildwas

    Caldon (Staffs.) to the Abbot of Croxden in exchange for his manor of Adeney in Edgmond , 36 they made no attempt to cultivate the demesnes of Adeney , which may already have been in the hands of the tenants.

    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Croxden

    of Ireland ; 6 in 1206 he gave the monks Adeney in the manor of Edgmond ( Salop .) in place of this annuity. 7 The monks themselves exchanged Adeney with Buildwas Abbey ( Salop .) in 1287 in return

    INDEX A-J

    Wm., Adeane , Anne, see Jones; Hen. J., Gen. J. W., Rob. Jones , Adelaide , queen of Wm. IV, Adeney , Revd. B. F. Adkyn , John, Ælfstan (fl. c . 1043-5 ), Æthelgyth (Ailid) (fl. c . 1043-5

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Elarall-eirio gvda rhagarweiniad. Wedi llawer a ganlmawl ar waiith y Proffeswr, fel yn egiuro een- adwriaethau yr Apostol, dywed Proffeswr Adeney: "Wrth gwrs, mae i waith fel hwn ei derfynau. St. Paul wedi el wneyd yn hawdd ydyw. Ond canlyn- Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    yn cael cyfeirio ata 'fl adolygiad 6medrus a theg Y peth penaf a wncir gan yr adolygyddc ydyw beio Farrar, Adeney, a Marcun Dods am eu bod fel yn petruso yn yr orthyglnu a geir uwehben eu henwau hwy, ac Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Among the saddlers we find medals awarded for the workmanship and design of canes and whips to Messrs Swaine and Adeney and to Mr Ellia, both of Piccadilly, to Messrs Callow and Son of Park lane, and Mr W. H. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Corth iwhoel agnRhe c Valuable-solSH portable PulNITR-houe Three Superior COW S, iy ndton, a uplendid Alderne y Cowe andhC and Adeney i-calfB Shaort Shornites, branss UefUleful srTEwoolT aO~ RickshfEsof primer eaotber Bedtalogts mayob bad oad othbe Autct T~empleer Row~e Rw,Biringhm.nhm Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the police, was charged with obtaining four tons of potatoes, value £05. 10s., by false pretences, from Thomas West, farmer, Adeney, Salon; and also with obtaining a further consignment of four tons, of the same value, by fraud,-It was stated Subscribers-only content

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